Hotel Haunsperger Hof

Haunspergstrasse 30, Salzburg, Salzburg, 5020, Austria
Hotel Haunsperger Hof
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Mozart Concert and Dinner

by babygrand

Has anyone here travelled with Go Ahead, and gone to the Mozart Concert and Dinner. For that matter I assume this is a pretty generic thing to do in Salzburg, as it's Mozart's "home town". So has anyone done an evening like this, and do you have any comments. Keep in mind I love classical music, so that alone is enough to keep me happy.

Re: Mozart Concert and Dinner

by Roadquill

My recent experience in Prague and Vienna is that many of these "mozart" programs are not all the good from a quality of music and complete music standpoint. Many shows perform a POP 40 of the best of Mozart, but not the complete pieces. Furthermore, the musicians may not be the best quality. Unfortunately this is what the hotels and travel services recommend. If you want to hear quality classical music you should find out what is playing at the Konzerthaus in Salzburg. Karl

Re: Mozart Concert and Dinner

by WStat

Hi,
if you choose the right event, organised by the famous "Salzburg Concert Society", the dinner-concert can be recommended.
Instead of booking via an agent, I would rather book the tickets online!
Here is the necessary info:
http://tinyurl.com/2amuaec
Good Luck and enjoy it !
Greetings from Austria

Re: Mozart Concert and Dinner

by babygrand

Thanks, that looks great, nice central location, and much less expensive that the one we're looking at. (however that does include transportation) But 51 Euro for a special evening is really reasonable.

Re: Mozart Concert and Dinner

by Maryimelda

I hope I have the correct info here, but if the Dinner/Concert you would like to go to is the one held in St Petersskift Restaurant, then I would say go for it. If the concert is no good, you will at least love the restaurant. It is my favourite in all of Europe. I have hard from others however, that the concert is indeed worth the money. Have a wonderful night. Lucky you!!!

Re: Mozart Concert and Dinner

by Mikebb

We attended a Mozart Concert a few years back. We purchased the tickets from the Mozart Dressed street sellers, you will see them everywhere in the street.

We may have been lucky, the concert was in the Goldern Concert Hall, a magnificent building. NO dinner, just beautiful music and a fabulous venue.

This venue is used for the annual New Year's Day Concert which is televised throughout the world. We watch it each year, brings back memories. I think I put a tip on my Vienna pages with photos of the Concert Hall.

Entry was reasonably priced, much lower than I expected.

Re: Mozart Concert and Dinner

by Mikebb

Photos are in a travelogue at bottom of Vienna page.

Travel Tips for Salzburg

Internet cafe

by Inguuna

This is important place for everyone, who has digital equipment or for those who want to check something in Internet during travel. There is possibility to download and write pictures from camera to CD. Also very helpful and knowing people are working there.
Open daily from 10 - 22.

http://www.cybar.at

Mozartplatz 5

Take a tour of the old and the...

by delon

Take a tour of the old and the new parts of the city. Being a small city Salzburg can be covered by walk, cycle or private tours. Also to enjoy the Austrian countryside you must take the lakes and mountain tour, seeing is believing. I enjoyed the beautiful countryside and the pretty houses that donned the scenes. The city of Mozart indeed is an inspiration for musicians.

My Tour Guide...

by coceng

....That's Bruno, my tour guide in Salzburg...very nice guy !...
He was telling me about the history & some facts about Salzburg, I was just nodding my head 'cos most of the times I was feeling tired walking. Wondered where exactly he wanted to take me...
Anybody knows him?...

Pferdeschwemme

by globetrott

Pferdeschwemme - a place where horses could be washed This baroque fountain is situated just below the Mönchsberg and when you click on the pic you may see the beautiful ornaments and paintings of the fountain

Mozart

by aliante1981

Mozart: you can learn a lot on him during your journey! Here's a brief story...

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791).

An extraordinaryly gifted prodigy child, Mozart began touring the country with concerts at the age of 4, with his father Leopold, himself a musician. Mozart also had another exceptional teacher: Haydn.

When he was 14, Mozart was appointed concert master of the archbishop's orchestra of his native city - Salzburg.

As his relationships with the then archbishop were difficult, he soon began touring again, mostly to Italy, and in 1781 finally left to settle in Vienna, marrying Constance Weber in 1782.

He died in Vienna, and is buried in one of the Austrian capital's cemeteries, his remains were never recognized.

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Address: Haunspergstrasse 30, Salzburg, Salzburg, 5020, Austria